One Man's Quizzes

Today I choose to post a selection of results to a bunch of quizzes all created by one person. Each is a little less good than the last, but the final one was curious enough for me to keep them all.

Roman Capitals
Roman Capitals- You have a proud and noble bearing,
and are of ancient pedigree, but you tend to be
very rigid and set in your ways.

What Calligraphy Hand Are You?
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You are a post-Easter candy grab: Christ
died on the cross for the sole purpose that you
could deface the half-price effigies of small,
harmless, woodland creatures.

What Post-Holiday Consequence Are You?
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You are a spelunker. You are
practical, but seek adventure and have a desire
to see things first. You do tend to lack
imagination, though.

What Seeker of the Unknown Are You?
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You are Jessica. You are hot, single, easy,
opinionated, intelligent, and loyal.

What Type of Quiz Taker Are You?
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Well, okay. Obviously a quiz created for one person, who is not me. But it almost seemed like it for a while.

Oh, and some other things:

I am Challenger Deep!
Which Extremity of the World Are You?
From the towering colossi at Rum and Monkey.

And finally:

awarded to
Blue Tea
in the category of
"Least Updated Webcam"

Well, that does seem pretty accurate.



Blogger Maktaaq:

"You are a scientist. You pursue truth with a passion. What you look into is pure and untainted, unlike those fools down the hall who disagree with your interpretation of the results."

I wanted to be a spelunker. Dang.

Hey, Bluewyvern, I'll be in NY for 2-3 days sometime this month and I was hoping to meet up for tea. Also, do you have any recommendations? I am limiting myself to two museums and one of them will be the Lower Eastside Tenement Museum. Any vintage or secondhand shopping areas, tea places, etc. that you recommend? Mostly, I want to put a face to the name.

Blogger bluewyvern:

That would be wonderful! I'd love to meet up.

I'm not a NYC native, but I know a lot of friends who have lived there, so I'll see what suggestions I can come up with. I do know one or two places worth visiting. As far as museums go, I'm a huge fan of the Met, and especially the Cloisters if you like medieval stuff.

Do let me know when you have the dates! I'll be sure to get it off work.

Blogger Maktaaq:

Ok, I'll be in NY on Thursday and leaving on Monday.

It's probably better that you write to my maktaaq@hotmail.com address.

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